The actor was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
– Hi friends. Two months ago, I was diagnosed with MS, writes Hollywood star Christina Applegate Twitter Tuesday.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the central nervous system, which consists of the brain and spinal cord, according to Norsk Lexicon Store.
– but I’ve had a lot of support from people I know who also have this condition. It was a difficult road. But as we all know, the road goes on. Unless some fool stops him, the star writes in a Twitter message.
The American film and television star has played a number of notable roles in film and television productions in recent decades. Among other things, Applegate won an Emmy for his guest appearance in the comedy series Friends.
The 49-year-old is best known for his role as Kelly Bundy in Married…Has Kids, known as “Our Worst Years” in this country. In the series, she played the daughter of the family’s frustrated father, Al Bundy, played by Ed O’Neill. The television series ran from 1987 to 1997.
Applegate has also starred in comedies such as “Bad Moms”, “Anchorman” and “Hall Pass”.
In recent years, the star played Jane Harding in the Netflix series “Dead to Me”.
In 2008, it became known that Applegate was diagnosed with breast cancer. And the Hollywood star wrote that he removed both breasts in the fight against cancer, despite the fact that the spread was detected in only one breast People Magazine In 2008. Applegate became cancer-free as a result of the operation.
In the face of the new disease, Applegate asks for privacy to be respected.
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